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I know it's a sensitive question, and perhaps this is why nobody wants to answer:
right? or wrong?
No college has a COA that exceeds $100k,
Wonder how many years it will be before some school goes over $100k a year. I think I read some schools are up at $55k+ this year. Crazy.
Thanks, but not exactly what I'm asking. I know it's a sensitive question, and perhaps this is why nobody wants to answer:
Is there an income level at which there is no point filing the FAFSA because no NON-loan financial aid will be granted?
I did answer that question. The government does not grant non-loan financial aid to any income over a max of $60,000 (the very highest you can have for the Pell Grant).